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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TripAdvisor Reviews Posada Santa Fe Guanajuato
Travel Blogs from Guanajuato
... cima ne tantomeno la mappa mentale che uno si fa' ammirando la il piano irregolare della citta',il che differisce tantissimo dal tipico squadramento azteca delle varie citta' messicane.
Siamo ospiti di Beto(Umberto) in questo altro capitolo di Couchsurfing,che ribadisco,consiglio altissimamente a tutti.Un ragazzo giovane ma agganciato a manetta con la realta' del mondo che lo circonda.Grande anche il suo amico Beto(Alberto) che si rivela essere una eccellente guida del posto.
... new things, but overall the price level was too touristy. In general I felt super awkward being shoved into a small store with 200 other people. That is usually the kind of travel I try to avoid. From there, we quickly walked over to the other side of the street to the torture museum. I had seen other torture museums before, and this one I did not like very much. Everything seemed kind of fake, I don’t know how else to describe it. And the holograms of smoking people in the end ...
... on both sides and this is confusing but getting lost half the fun. Traffic is cleverly diverted by a series of undeground tunnels so in the historic area it is very easy to walk with very little traffic.The basilica was built in mid 1600s and is painted yellow so a sight bith in day and night light. What this area is famous for in the beautiful triangular plaza at night in front of the Teatro Juarez (theatre house) is the Mariachi bands serenading diners at the ...
... to start, Aly moved our table (literally) to a place where we could see the dancing. At this point it was just Meredith, Zoe, and I, and we enjoyed mocking the dancers. It really wasn't salsa dancing in the traditional sense of the word. It was interesting, but we enjoyed ourselves. :)
After the show we kept an eye on the downstairs and as soon as we saw an open table we claimed it! It was a pretty entertaining night, and I got to ...
... of the uprising is right in the middle of town, less than 10 minutes walking from my house, and is now a museum called Alhondiga de Granaditas. So, the three of us went there. It was interesting with huge murals on some of the walls (there are a handful of Mexican artists who are famous for these murals), artifacts from different cultures from pre-Columbian (ie, Columbus) times. There was also a talk about what actually happened the day of ...